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Post Options Post Options   Quote overeema Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 May 2021 at 16:22
Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

I have and like the A6000 which gets used a lot more than my NEX6, better menu (like the A7's I also use) and a better sensor. AF is also a slight improvement.

Only thing I find dearly missing from the A6000 is the spirit level, the NEX6 and later A6xxx models have it, but not the A6000

I've never used a NEX7, so I can't compare it against the NEX6 or A6000

On the downside for A6000 or NEX7 compared to NEX6 are:
NEX6 has a higher resolution viewfinder (2.3 vs. 1.4 Mpixel) and the the NEX6 and 7 have a metal alloy body, whereas the A6000 has a plastic body.
(if 16 Mpixel sensor is good enough for hiking)
I agree the menu system of the NEX6 is a disadvantage.
minolta owner since 1969;A350-CZ1680-G70300-Tamron60F2-Minolta100F2-35105-28135-50F1.7; NEX6-E1650-E18105G (& 5 x minolta MC/MD)

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